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Glass and Pottery Five Students To Be UK Ambassadors t
A Ist UK has selected five students to serve as ambassadors for the university
at   Museum during the 2004-2005 school year. They are Michelle L. Bishop from
Between September 5 and Novem— Scottsville, pursuing a degree in accounting and finance m the Gatton Col- ~
ber 7, the UK Art Museum will lege of Business and Economics;Allison E. Leet from St. Louis, Mo., pursu-
present “Opening the Gates 0f C0n— ing a degree in elementary education in the College of Education;Will I
sci0usness:Art Nouveau Glass and Nash from Glasgow, pursuing a degree in political science and economics in Q
Pottery " an exhibition of approxi- the College of Arts and Sciences; Lee E Wilson from Eddyville, who also
mately 75 glass and pottery pieces will serve as the student coordinator over the ambassadors, pursuing a de-
from the Collections of the UK Art gree in public service and leadership in the College of Agriculture; and Jen- ~
Museum, S)/YEICUSG University, and nifer L. Yue from Frankfort, pursuing a degree in communications in the p
private Collectors. The Art Nouveau College of Communications and Information Studies. l
, and the fin-de-siecle period roughly The UK Ambassador program is composed of five undergraduate stu-
~ encompasses the time between 1885 dents who are selected through a rigorous interview process. These students
A and 1914. serve as official public relations liaisons for the University of Kentucky. The "
This exhibit is inspired by the ambassadors travel throughout the state speaking to students, parents, I
1 2004 ldeaFeSt1V21l, an International alumni and friends of the university on a variety of topics includmg admis- ,
Conferenee focused on the theme of sions and the transition from high school to college.
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place in Lexington September 21-25.  f   _   _
, In addition to exploring the sinu-   _   ""[his is one of the
, ous forms, brilliant colors, and lush _,    . . highest honors a UK
patinas of glass, ceramics, jewelry, t     , - A student can receive," l
lamps, and other objets d’art, the ex- ;_   ZY " » ’ ; ‘ i , T   said UK President ,
hibit is revisiting Art Nouveau in the -— i ui , l - - — \ i Lee 'lTTodd Jr. l
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